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Old 11-05-2012
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Re: 1st Aid at Sea & Important Like Items to Carry

Biology,

Good Advice,

I knew about keeping my 1st Aid Kit current and have been through this already. I bet.. that a number of the 1st aid kits out there are (big time) out dated or have been robbed for what we use most from them. I have a PA that I met in the UAE last year... he's a good man. He told me to call him if I needed anything but I'm about there (now). I just got a clip on a 1st aid kit and it's a power house kit. I don't need this higher level of a 1st aid kit but will make one up that's similair to it.

My next issue is getting the help I (something serious) need on the radio. I will learn about what is available (help) in different Caribbean areas; this knowledge will come about in the near future. I'd like to find out where the communication void zones are (if any) in the Caribbean chain. I'd like be aware (commo. void)when I'm passing through a geo. zone and radio contact is if'ee.

Avery
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